that his sister, which we raise like twins, you know, won't have her companion. they stay in the same room and have been since they were born. they eat together, sleep together. you know? play together. >> jason, you and your wife, you say you're challenging this 24 hours to turn him over. that would be so traumatic for anyone, much less a 3-year-old. you say it should be a slower measured transition, perhaps? >> yeah. i mean, there are laws in both states that say if a child is forced to change custodians, that there should be a transition plan. the law says that. we actually hired a child psychologist to draft a recommended transition plan. we have filed that with the guardian ad litem in ohio. requesting that transition, that motion is pending today. you know, if we're going to lose grayson, which we don't think we should, it has to be done right, and the current order that stands just isn't right. anybody should know that.